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  • SIGMA CHI  FRATERNITY
    edu Chris Mooney Pro Consul cbm2137 columbia edu Karson Bodnovich Annotator kpb2113 columbia edu Joe Ghergurovich Quaestor jmg2236 columbia edu Luke Dorris Magister lkd2113 columbia edu Nico Papas Co Rush Chair ncp2117 columbia edu Nick Mistretta Co Rush Chair nam2141 columbia edu Tim Skalak Alumni Chair tjs2123 columbia edu Rafael Lopez Social Chair ral2154 columbia edu Matt Stotler House Manager mas2252 columbia edu Ritual Chair Philanthropy Chair Shea Selsor Brotherhood

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/sigmachi/Officers.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • SIGMA CHI  FRATERNITY
    sac com CHRIS CAREY NEW JERSEY ccarey finsvcs com PAUL CIOTTI 1963 CALIFORNIA pciotti adelphia net KEVIN COCO TEXAS kjc74 columbia edu STEVE DANCE NEW YORK sed25 columbia edu CLINT EBERLIN NEW YORK cre21 columbia edu NICK DYNAMO ELKINS LOUISIANA nte6 columbia edu GABRIEL GAVILANES NEW YORK GavilanesG bernstein com ROBBIE GIBSON CALIFORNIA rag172 columbia edu DAN HILL FLORIDA dbh21 columbia edu MATT HIMELSTEIN CALIFORNIA matthimelstein hotmail com JOHN JENNINGS PENNSYLVANIA jcj7 columbia edu SEAN JENSEN FLORIDA s jensen scottygroup com ANTHONY JIMENEZ CALIFORNIA antjim59 yahoo com SLOANE JOSEPH NEW YORK slojo30 hotmail com ANDY KIRWAN NEW YORK andrew kirwan us cibc com PAT LAMPARELLO NEW YORK plampare law upenn edu MIKE LATIMER FLORIDA mwl41 columbia edu MARC LLOYD UTAH marc terrautah com JOHN MACKINNEY CALIFORNIA jmackinney krystal cc RAYMOND MARTINEZ CALIFORNIA raymondmartinez78 yahoo com DAN MOONSHINE MATTHEWS NORTH CAROLINA dsm39 columbia edu JEFF MARTIN NEW YORK jam100 columbia edu DAVE MASTROIANNI CONNECTICUT ddm35 columbia edu TONY MCGILL NEW YORK anthonymcgill hotmail com JUSTIN MEADLIN NEW YORK justin meadlin csfb com AVERY MOSELY NEW YORK avery mosely hotmail com MERVIN CHRIS NUGENT UTAH mcn11 columbia edu BRANDON O DANIELL NEW YORK bodaniell exchange ml com AARON PASTOR NEW YORK aap32

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/sigmachi/Alumni.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • SIGMA CHI  FRATERNITY
    a stranger He took into his confidence Minor Millikin an alumnus of the fraternity from nearby Hamilton Ohio and the two decided on strenuous proceedings Millikin lost no time My name is Minor Millikin I live in Hamilton I am a man of few words He then passed judgement on all of the matters in dispute Since he had heard only one side of the story his verdict was against Runkle Scobey and the others who had originally opposed election of the Deke as the Poet in the literary society Millikin found them guilty Next Millikin unfolded a plan he and Reid had concocted by which justice could be satisfied with the formal expulsion of the leaders in the rebellion undoubtedly Runkle and Scobey after which the others having been properly chastised could remain in the chapter At this dramatic moment Runkle stepped forward pulled off his Deke pin tossed it on the table and said I didn t join this fraternity to be anyone s tool And that sir addressing Millikin is my answer Runkle stalked out of the room and his five colleagues followed The final meeting of the 12 members of Delta Kappa Epsilon was held in Reid s room in the Old Southeast building several days later After a strenuous effort led by Reid for the expulsion of the six with six against six on all vital issues the meeting broke up in considerable disorder A rather prolonged correspondence ensued with the parent chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon at Yale resulting in The Bull of Excommunication in April 1855 expelling Bell Caldwell Cooper Jordan Runkle and Scobey It was at this time that they began making plans to found their own fraternity One of the best moves these six made ever made was to associate with themselves William Lewis Lockwood He had entered Miami early in 1855 but had not joined a fraternity He was the businessman of the group and possessed a remarkable organizing ability More than any other Founder he was responsible for setting up the general plan for the fraternity much of which endures to this day During the latter months of the 1854 1855 college year Runkle and Caldwell lived in a second floor back room of a building at the southeast corner of the public square on the north side of High Street in what is known as the birthplace of Sigma Chi or Sigma Phi as it was originally called In this room were held many of the early organizational meetings of Sigma Chi and it was there that Runkle and Lockwood designed the badge Having been members of Delta Kappa Epsilon six of the Founders were familiar with the general outline of fraternity constitution and ritual content They were considerably influenced by Lockwood who had known little of Delta Kappa Epsilon or its differences With all of their plans formally completed the seven Founders of the new fraternity announced its establishment by wearing their badges for the first time

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/sigmachi/Heritage.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Singapore Students Association at Columbia - Gallery
    be found on our Facebook page To view the photos below Click on an album cover to see the rest of the photos inside click on the individual photos to view a bigger version and then click on All Albums to go back and view the other albums Walao Your browser does not support javascript Update your browser or change the security settings for this site To get notified about

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssa/gallery.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Singapore Students Association at Columbia - Resources
    free antivirus security software New York City concrete jungle where dreams are made of The New York Times MTA New York City Transit Time Out New York Inside New York List of museums that are free for Columbians Singapore concrete jungle which we call home The Straits Times Singapore s only official English newspaper Today Online Singapore s top English tabloid mr brown famous satirical blog by a Singaporean yawning

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssa/resources.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Singapore Students Association at Columbia - Contact
    browser or enable javascript to contact us Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions regarding events sponsorship or anything else 2013 Columbia SSA All Rights

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssa/contact.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CU Ski Team - The Team
    the above the team provides a competitive environment for skiers and snowboarders to hone their skills on the racing slope and terrain park while fostering development among less advanced skiers and riders Competitions including Slalom Giant Slalom and Slopestyle are run under the auspices of the US Collegiate Snowsport Association within the New Jersey Conference With plenty of time to free ski off the racing slope there s no limit

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/skiteam/theteam.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CU Ski Team - The Season
    of mostly day trips Friday Saturday and Sunday usually to Hunter Mountain the Snowmaking Capitol of the World and Windham Mountain in New York s Catskill range just two hours north of the city Competitions take place Saturdays and Sundays The CU Ski Team often qualifies for the post season Mid Atlantic Regional Competition and has even sent competitors to the national level After the competitive part of the season is over the second half features longer overnight trips to mountains further north in Vermont Massachusetts New Hampshire and Maine The Training Trip As winter break draws to a close in mid January the team runs a training trip that draws its student athletes away from the rolling steeps of New Jersey Pennsylvania and downstate New York to one of the premier resorts on the east coast The trip is not obligatory and as a result trip fees are kept separate from regular season dues Still with incredible team rates and special catering of resorts to our needs such as privatizing trails for the sole purpose of CU Ski Team training endless opportunities to free ride daily apres ski festivities and inherent social opportunities pre season training trips are NOT

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